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April 06, 2011

Alberto de Lacerda photograph
Reading, Exhibition Opening
April 06, 2011

This exhibition unveils treasures from the archive of Alberto de Lacerda (1928–2007), one of Portugal's most admired poets, who spent the majority of his adult life in England and

April 06, 2011

In this workshop, students write poems out of the overlappings of poetry and music, among other art forms, and look at the work of Ken Nordine, Woody Guthrie, Lewis Carroll, William Burroughs and o

April 06, 2011

In this workshop, students write poems out of the overlappings of poetry and music, among other art forms, and look at the work of Ken Nordine, Woody Guthrie, Lewis Carroll, William Burroughs and o

April 07, 2011

April 07, 2011

A preeminent British poet and translator who has long resided in the United States, Christopher Middleton reads poems and talks about his life with the award-winning poet and art c

April 09, 2011

Star Black
April 09, 2011

In this course, students explore the following forms: sonnet, sestina, pantoum, villanelle, haiku, epistle, elegy, light verse, visual poem, exquisite corpse, concrete poem and “found” poem.

Star Black
April 09, 2011

In this course, students explore the following forms: sonnet, sestina, pantoum, villanelle, haiku, epistle, elegy, light verse, visual poem, exquisite corpse, concrete poem and “found” poem.

April 05, 2011

Paolo Javier
April 05, 2011

Poets and artists have long turned to the modern cartoon strip as a source for innovation.

April 14, 2011

Robert Browning
April 14, 2011

Poet and journalist Karen Swenson explores the poetry of Robert Browning (1812–1889), attending to the ways in which his dramatic

April 16, 2011

Sweet Corn book cover
April 16, 2011

Illustrator for the New Yorker and creator of over a hundred children’s books, James Stevenson reads from Popcorn, Sweet Corn, Just Around the Corner

April 16, 2011

This afternoon features a group presentation by contributors to The Grand Piano, a ten-book experiment in autobiography by ten writers affiliated with Language Poetry in San Francisco.

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